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      Harry explains what you can do with a dead Hornets nest.


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      I have been lucky to have used the SWAT pest control services since they have been in business and always with the best results. I have never had an issue that Scott and his team can't take care of f... more
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      We wouldn't trust anyone else!

      We have had SWAT Pest Control for over 20 years, we just purchased a new home and had Scott do our termite inspection. We wouldn't trust anyone else! He's the Best!!
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    Ant Control

    If you have never encountered ants in your house, office or school, count yourself among the lucky few. But if you’re like most people, you’ve fought your fair share of battles against this annoying pest – whether it’s a nest of pavement ants in your garage or a parade of odorous house ants marching across your kitchen counter SWAT , have the solutions for you.


    Pavement Ant

    The pavement ant is a small, dark brown ant about 1/8 inch in length, with the workers all being about the same size. It has two segments, or nodes, between its thorax and abdomen, and it has a pair of spines on its thorax.

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    Carpenter Ants

    Carpenter ants are slowly being recognized by the structural pest control industry as the principal insects causing damage to structures in the northern tier of states in the U.S. and in southern Canada. Previously, carpenter ants were regarded — and still are by many — strictly as nuisance pests of houses and other structures.

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